Monthly Archives: May 2016

It’s not me

Daisy decides One day To change the details Of her online dating profile To asian Very tall Slim she leaves education She takes away the weight of years And children And  the dog She leaves a computer expert With no … Continue reading

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Almost June

“April Come she will When streams are ripe And full of rain, May She will stay Resting in my arns again. June She’ll change her tune.   ……”    – simon and Garfunkel Another struggle To open the eyes, To … Continue reading

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Almost June:Summer morning awakening

Internet is a huge attraction for multitudes of people seeking to connect to something beyond what they have in their daily lives. Some  experts warn that the internet might harm human communication whereas others like me find in the internet … Continue reading

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And end

And i can not And i do not want To put an end to this life Where birds visit me In exchange of this Solitary life For the distraction Of a city. There might be So many people to greet … Continue reading

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Most of the time

Most of the time We can not express how it feels to live in time So we talk about the good old days Forgetting the suffering of youth, the fog our parents deserted us to walk Blind,deaf kittens Easily run … Continue reading

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inspired by James Joyce

Dedicated to all those church ladies who see the devil everywhere outside of themselves and not in the mind that creates the idea of a devil outside!   All those who see demons  see themselves reflected back, All those religions … Continue reading

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The miracle man:John Irving in zurich

“Woe to thee who seeks to please rather tgan to awe”    – John Irving quotes  Herman Melville (author of “Moby Dick”) John Irving reads from his latest novel and a German  speaking actor the recently  translated to German  edition … Continue reading

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